Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) September 15, 2012
RCBryan & Associates is offering free consultation calls on YouTube marketing services after the increased interest in viral videos recently. With music video “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen reaching 250 million views on YouTube, and “Gangnam Style” by Psy following behind at 150 million views, viral videos directly affect our pop culture. Businesses, of course, are interested in taking this viral video effect and applying it to their efforts in establishing their brand.
Although viral videos like Gangnam Style are not using YouTube Marketing, and are simply music videos, there are things to be learned from them. People like things that are catchy, upbeat, and fun. This strategy can be used by those creating a branded video as well. Even if the video is about an upcoming product launch or is a product review, it can be made in a way that creates an enjoyable experience for the viewer. This is part of brand establishment—if the viewer associates the brand with the fun video, they will be more likely to have a positive image of the brand.
RCBryan & Associates is giving away free consultation calls to advise business owners on the potential for YouTube marketing for their brand. YouTube Marketing allows for companies to expand their marketing efforts to the world of social media, and make their sales messages perfect for people to share with their friends and family. RCBryan & Associates excels at optimizing YouTube videos, and can advise businesses on how to best use video marketing to their advantage.
Founder of RCBryan & Associates, Roger Bryan, encourages all business owners to consider YouTube marketing as part of an overall marketing campaign. In order to understand YouTube marketing and how to use it to establish a brand, business owners can call RCBryan & Associates and discuss their options. To schedule a free consultation call, visit http://www.rcbryan.com/YouTube-Marketing